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Jul 6, 2012 7:30pm EDT
command. the air bridged harbor that twin cities frame. keep ancient lands, your storied pomp cries she with silent lips. give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses learning to breathe free. the wretched refuge of your shores, send these, your homeless, tempest toss to me. i lift my lamp beside the golden door. and i love what the scholar esther shore says about this poem is that, of course, it's a poem of welcome but it's also this poem of protest, that she's really saying, you know, we're not just going to accept the ancient world and its ideals. we have a different idea in mind. so help us make sense of this poem. >> the image of includesus that artists like bartholdi had came from a lithograph, german lithograph of the 18th century of the colossus of roads, and it shows a gigantic male figure astride two slivers of land cut by a harbor. and this was the harbor at rhodes, and this 18th century lithograph was very different. archaeologists found out from the original statue the colossus of rhodes. it was a warrior image, male image, powerful giant presiding over a victorio
Jul 3, 2012 12:30pm EDT
danger involved in that particularly in looking at what was disclosed during the trial of the twin towers' bombers that michael mukasey that the federal judge presided over and there was information that was disclosed during that trial that was used by al qaeda to pull off 9/11, and i don't think that we ought to change the law so that that happens ever again. my time is up, and i would like to thank the witnesses for appearing. >> this has been very useful hearing. let me say that thursday of next week we will have a classified briefing where many of the members of this committee who have had questions can ask in the yet to be determined representative of the justice department, whatever they want. so that will be a classified briefing and i would encourage members to come to it and to re-ask the questions that they don't think they got an adequate answer to today. without an answer, the hearing is adjourned. first, the house energy and subcommittee will look at how existing communications laws adjust the demands of new technology in the distribution of video content and then at 3
Jul 5, 2012 7:30pm EDT
more importantly when i went back to the twin cities and talked to special agent in charge there, both said that the somali community had been cooperative in fbi investigations, and i think it was because of actually very good police work and very good work by the fbi in making sure that they earned the trust of the somali community there. my question is to chief davis and to officer gale. both of you have served as law enforcement officers. how do you earn the trust of the diverse communities that you serve, some of which -- some of whom may be initially skeptical of the police? >> thank you, senator, and one stop at a time, one day at a time, one interaction at a time. i think when people -- i think we have, to one, acknowledge the history that police have played, the role of law enforcement with regard to race in this country. i think we still have generations of people that remember desegregation. we have generations of people that were still -- are still here that remember when the police were the enforcement tool and the rule of law with regards to jim crowe laws and black
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